SEFCE Symposium 2019


25 October 2019, Chancellor's Building, Little France

FREE to all NHS and University staff in South East Scotland

The South East Faculty of Clinical Educators are pleased to announce their eighth symposium to be held in the afternoon of Friday, 25 October 2019.  We are delighted that Dr Vybarr Cregan-Reid, Reader in English & Environmental Humanities at University of Kent Rutherford College, will be delivering the keynote lecture.  

Vybarr Cregan-Reid is an author and academic who has written widely on the subjects of literature, health, nature and the environment. His current book is Primate Change: How the World We Made is Remaking Us. It was adapted into a series for the BBC World Service and aired earlier this year in over 200 countries. He has written for The Guardian, Telegraph, The Observer, The Sunday Times and many others. His work has featured on ITV, Sky News, NPR, Radio 3, Radio 4, Radio Scotland and many others. 

Provisional Programme

12.30pm Registration (in the foyer of Chancellor's Building)

1.15pm   Welcome and introduction (Dr Hannah Monaghan, Deputy Director of Medical Education, NHS Lothian; Chair of SEFCE Board) - Lecture Theatre A

1.30pm    Discussion Groups (provisional titles)

1.  Supporting Trainers/Learners and the Implied Contract  


2.  LGBTQ+ Learners


3.  Neurodiversity


4.  Improving the Learning Environmnet


5.  Simulation


6.  Assessment


7.  Supporting the Student/Trainee


8.  Mentoring

3.00pm   Tea / coffee 

3.30pm   Presentation of 2019 SEFCE Awards and CEP Level 3 Certificates 

4.00pm  Plenary Lecture

              Dr Vybarr Cregan-Reid

5.00pm   Closing Remarks

To book a place:

Further information on this event will be provided in due course